Redrum, Shayne Stacy’s Birthday Sabbatical Bash, Orangevale, CA, 8/31/13, Multicam with Matrix Audio, Video (Live Concert)

Alright, I have been holding off on posting this because a certain band member still owes me, but since it is another member’s birthday, here you go. Happy Birthday Mike Parisi! Filmed by Jim Mclain, Mike Yoas, and one other guy I think. Audio via soundboard by Eric Bianchi and audience recording with Neumann mics from Jason Ellis. Edit by Jim McLain. Thank Jim and thanks everyone who helped make this such a fun party!

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy, Jim McLain, Mike Yoas

Equipment Used: Neumann Mics

Edited/Remixed By:Jim McLain

Additional help by: Jason Ellis

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Redrum- Melarkey’s, Sacramento Ca. 3/13/92 Xfer from master Audience Audiotape Sacto Thrash Metal

This one was a request from Gus Buss (Jeff) and Mike Parisi. I have a DAT soundboard tape and this audience recording. The board tape is really bizarre- the mix is not great and there are surges of reverb that cause the volume peaks to overload on my DAT- I have never seen anything like it before. So, instead of the board tape I am uploading the better sounding audience tape for now.
I’ll try to matrix the board and audience tapes sometime in the future- I have figured out a way to time align via pluraleyes, but I need to jump through hoops. No time for that now.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Marantz PMD430 (like a Sony TCD-D5) and 2 Nakamichi CM-300 mics
Transfer Equipment: Nakamichi Dragon and M-Audio Audiophile 2496 card
EQ’d (bass boost) in Sony Soundforge

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Redrum- Power Corrupts LP Rough Mix w/different vocals xfer from master tape January 1989

There’s kind of a long story behind this one, and this is only my memory of it..
After the first day of recording the LP, we ran off a cassette of the rough mix to listen to. Vonni (was it only Vonni?) thought that the vocals were too clean, and wanted them re-recorded. I thought they sounded great, they sound exactly like how Carlos sang back then. So back in the studio they went, to “dirty up” the vocals and release the CD that you might have heard. I think this version is FAR SUPERIOR. Too bad it is just a rough mix.
Side note- listen until the very end- there is a BONUS cover that Vonni sings. The guy who laughs when he starts singing is me.

Recorded by: Moon Studios
Transfer by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: TDK D90 playback with Nakamichi Dragon/Audiophile 2496 card into reaper.
Promo photo taken by Kevin Graft

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Redrum- Club Me, Sacramento Ca. 1/15/89 Master Soundboard Audio Only Thrash Metal

So I got back in touch with Bobby Whitright a couple of days ago and he was looking for a specific Redrum show. Since I was listening to this one, I decided to post it as well. Taped from the soundboard on a high bias cassette. Club Me became the Cattle Club shortly after this show. Great covers of Misfits and Iron Maiden toward the end of the set. The mix settles down and while it is imperfect, it ain’t bad.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

 

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Redrum- Club Me, Sacramento Ca. 1/15/89 xfer from master videotape Enhanced with soundboard Audio

Here’s a fun one that is vastly improved with all of the enhancements. This might have been the last time I saw Redrum with the Bobby and Jeff lineup. Show stops about halfway through so Vonni can have a bathroom breakā€¦ and I follow him into the bathroom for a quick interview. What was I thinking?
We tried to enhance the board tape to bring up guitars, but Jeff’s bass is at the same frequency as the guitar so when I boost guitar, I get an annoying bass “pluck” which is unlistenable at the end. So, you get the raw board tape. It’s not too bad.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Aiwa CV-80 camcorder
Soundboard recorded on house tape deck
Video enhanced via Adobe Premiere and neat video- Brighten, exposure, contrat and noise reduction.
Audio tape transferred via Nakamichi Dragon
Audio/Video synch by King Bean

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Redrum- Merrie Melodies Record Store, Lodi Ca. 6/18/88 Sacramento Thrash Metal

So this one is kind of a long story so I will try to keep it short. I used to manage Redrum and they were playing an outdoor show in Lodi on a Saturday. I had to work saturdays so I worked half day, then raced over there to see them play. Well, I did not have a chance to eat… and there was a lot of free beer at the show… so unfortunately you get to see some of the hijinks after the set. Please note that CARLOS is manning/directing the camera during most of the after-show stuff.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy

 

Additional help by: Carlos

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Redrum- Lite Rail Inn, Sacramento Ca 9/30/87 Audio xfer from master cassette tape Thrash metal

My friend Alex asked me to pull out some corrupted morals cassettes for transfer as part of a reissue project they are working, and one of the tapes we needed did not have a number. Since I have 4,000 live cassettes (not counting DATs or others), I figured I was totally screwed. Since the tape was old, I started looking in the low numbers and I found it! Awesome! While I was digging through the trays, I pulled out some other tapes that looked interesting. This is one of the extras I pulled.
In the years before I bought my video camera, I would take my step dad’s Montgomery Ward boombox to record shows. I don’t know what mics were in that thing, but it performed amazingly well for a boombox. Redrum were pretty drunk for this show- Especially Mike Caboy who was probably the drunkest I have ever seen someone on stage. They were expected to play an hour and their set isn’t long enough, so you get unexpected treats such as an extended guitar solo by Don Adams and the unreleased song “Let’s Go to Burger King” to end the set. A truly classic Redrum show that is a perfect picture of how I remembered their shows. So great.

Recorded by: Shayne Stacy
Equipment used: Montgomery Ward boombox

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